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One of the problems with making everybody’s business your business, is it becomes your business. Like, say, making someone’s health care your business, whether by fining them for not having it; dismissing their plans as sub-par; telling them what services they have to pay for; and in many cases, getting their plans outright canceled.

Things get particularly icky when one is forced to look at the people those ideas have wronged — a prospect that has one of The Washington Post’s liberal bloggers, Greg Sargent, worried.

Mr. Sargent’s Thursday post addresses some of the very many examples of Americans suffering the consequences of Obamacare’s wrecking ball. What seems to have him most concerned, though, is the effectiveness of the “strategy.”